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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 9 years ago

Why is Minnesota producing two presidential candidates?

Isn't one enough? Does anyone remember Hubert and Gene and Walter. Sometimes I'd see Paul at the State Fair. He got down on one knee and asked a woman for her vote. That was funny. Paul was unusual at times but I respected him. He was thinking of running for pres.

Update:

Clearly the US has a Texas tendency. We used to have a California tendency but California doesn't produce visionary politicians anymore.

Update 2:

Clearly the US has a Texas tendency. We used to have a California tendency but California doesn't produce visionary politicians anymore.

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    9 years ago
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    By state of birth

    Places of birth

    8

    Virginia

    George Washington (1788)

    Thomas Jefferson (1800)

    James Madison (1808)

    James Monroe (1816)

    William Henry Harrison (1840)

    John Tyler (1841)

    Zachary Taylor (1848)

    Woodrow Wilson (1912)

    Popes Creek Plantation, Westmoreland County

    Shadwell, Albemarle County

    Port Conway, King George County

    Westmoreland County

    Berkeley Plantation, Charles City County (lived primarily in Ohio)

    Charles City County

    Barboursville, Orange County

    House in Staunton, Virginia

    7

    Ohio

    Ulysses S. Grant (1868)

    Rutherford B. Hayes (1876)

    James A. Garfield (1880)

    Benjamin Harrison (1888)

    William McKinley (1896)

    William Howard Taft (1908)

    Warren G. Harding (1920)

    Point Pleasant, Clermont County

    Delaware, Delaware County

    Orange Township, Cuyahoga County

    North Bend, Hamilton County

    Niles, Trumbull County

    Cincinnati, Hamilton County

    Near Blooming Grove, Morrow County

    4

    Massachusetts[3]

    John Adams (1796)

    John Quincy Adams (1824)

    John F. Kennedy (1960)

    George H. W. Bush (1988)

    John Adams Birthplace, Quincy, Massachusetts (then part of Braintree)

    John Quincy Adams Birthplace, Quincy, Massachusetts

    83 Beals Street, Brookline, Massachusetts

    173 Adams Street, Milton, Massachusetts

    New York

    Martin Van Buren (1836)

    Millard Fillmore (1850)

    Theodore Roosevelt (1901)

    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1932)

    Kinderhook, Columbia County

    Summerhill, Cayuga County

    28 E. 20th St., Manhattan, New York County

    Hyde Park, Dutchess County

    2

    North Carolina

    James K. Polk (1844)

    Andrew Johnson (1865)

    Pineville, North Carolina

    Casso's Inn, Raleigh, North Carolina

    Texas

    Dwight D. Eisenhower (1952)

    Lyndon B. Johnson (1963)

    208 East Day Street, Denison, Grayson County

    Near the Pedernales River in Stonewall, Gillespie County

    Source(s): Texans always think they are the biggest at everything.
  • 9 years ago

    Good question.

    Why has Texas produced the most elected Presidents?

    Dwight David Eisenhower

    Lyndon Baines Johnson

    Lyndon Baines Johnson

    George Herbert Walker Bush

    George Walker Bush

    I hope we can add Ron Paul to this list

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    The more the better. I like to see the various candidates, and pick my favorite to kick Obama's butt to the curb.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Bachmann and Pawlenty are both jokes

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    both of them don't even have a chance of carrying their home state

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